RATING: ★★★★ - Outstanding
PRICE: $$$$ - Very Expensive
The difference between a great restaurant and one which is truly exceptional can be difficult to quantify; subtle details to the food, small pleasant gestures from the service crew, unexpected delights designed to make guests smile from cheek to cheek.
Temple Restaurant Beijing has its culinary roots grounded in progressive French, yet the chef, who once took the helm of the much-coveted LP+Tetsu restaurant in Singapore is unapologetic with the way he integrates classical elements into his cooking; in particular, where mains like the braised poulet de Bresse with radish ravioli are starkly traditional against progressive amuse courses.
Each meal at Temple Restaurant Beijing has consistently been superb and occasionally they have managed to make the experience truly exceptional and is definitely one of the quintessential restaurants in Beijing, if not… the whole of China.
Temple Restaurant Beijing (TRB)
23 Shatan N St, Dongcheng Qu, Beijing Shi, China, 100009
RATING: ★★★★ - OUTSTANDING | PRICE: $$$$ - VERY EXPENSIVE
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